Erasure to play the House of Blues
Erasure have revealed plans to tour the United States this fall for the first time in five years. The English pop duo, comprised of singer Andy Bell and keyboardist Vince Clarke, will visit Boston’s House of Blues on Saturday, September 10. Tickets for the show are now on sale through Live Nation for $50.
The synthpop duo will be touring in support of their forthcoming release, Tomorrow’s World. The album, their fourteenth studio effort, is scheduled to hit stores on October 3. It was written in New York, London, and at Vince Clarke’s cabin studio in Maine, between January and June of this year. Produced by Frankmusik and mixed by Rob Orton (Lady Gaga, Pet Shop Boys), Tomorrow’s World first single will be “When I Start To (Break It All Down)”.
In a recent interview with Fenuxe Magazine, Frankmusik described the album as, “A blend of dark and sultry moments. It’s a truthful and deep Erasure. I only wanted to celebrate the Erasure I remembered as a child mixed with my own interpretation of what I learned from their own pioneering spirit.”
Frankmusik will join the band on the upcoming tour.
Erasure reunited after a short hiatus to write and record Tomorrow’s World. Both musicians kept busy with side-projects. Clarke teamed up with Allison Moyet to reform their soul duo Yazoo, while Bell recorded his second solo album, Non-Stop.